After 25 years in IT, I have retired, and permanently escaped my cube.
I now spend my time running my new business which I find very enjoyable.
It has no Scrum meetings.
PTO, "Occasional Time", "Sick Days" and Vacation are now "However much I want, whenever I want."
Life is good. Do what you love. Don't waste your time in a cube just because it pays well. Life isn't a simulation (AFAIK) and there's no reset button.
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